With the desire for dental implant therapy ever escalating, clinicians are faced with the challenge of augmenting deficient natural physiology to provide effective sites for implantation.
Implant Site Development helps the clinician decide if, when, and how to create a ridge site amenable to implantation. This practical book offers solutions to many implant site preservation scenarios, discussing different treatment options, timing, a variety of materials and techniques, and their application to the clinical practice. With a unique integrated clinical approach,
Implant Site Development covers a range of site development techniques.
Highly illustrated, Implant Site Development presents diagrams and clinical photographs to aid with clinical judgment and will prove useful for any dental professional involved in implant therapy, from general practitioners to prosthodontists, but especially surgeons. This literature-based, yet user-friendly, reference will be indispensable to the novice or veteran clinician.
Michael Sonick, DMD, is an internationally-known, highly-regarded authority in the field of dental implantology. A full time practicing periodontist, he is also a frequent guest lecturer in the international program at New York University School of Dentistry and a former assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at Yale School of Medicine. He lectures worldwide on the subject of esthetic implants and guided bone regeneration at prestigious periodontal and oral surgery symposia. He serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals including the Compendium of Continuing Education and the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry, and also writes and publishes numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals. Debby Hwang, DMD, practices as a full-time periodontist and implant surgeon. An experienced lecturer and published author, Dr. Hwang has presented on several scientific and clinical issues nationally and internationally and is an active member of the American Academy of Periodontology and American Dental Association.
Contributors Foreword Acknowledgments 1 Principles of bone biology and regeneration William V. Giannobile and Hector F. Rios 2 Bone anatomy George A. Mandelaris and Alan L. Rosenfeld 3 Treatment philosophy Debby Hwang and Michael Sonick 4 Decision-making algorithm for regeneration of the periodontally compromised tooth: maintaining these teeth when dental implants provide a compelling alternative treatment option Paul S. Rosen and Stuart J. Froum 5 The making of beautiful smiles in perio-implantology Andre P. Saadoun 6 CT/CBCT diagnosis and treatment planning concepts for bone grafting applications Scott D. Ganz 7 Implant site development: socket preservation Jack T. Krauser and Avi Schetritt 8 Implant interactions in orthodontics Frank Celenza 9 Guided bone regeneration: Concepts and materials Debby Hwang and Michael Sonick 10 Implant site preparation: Horizontal ridge augmentation using particulate allograft and the principles of GBR Michael Sonick and Debby Hwang 11 Guided bone regeneration: Peri-implantation Debby Hwang and Michael Sonick 12 Guided bone regeneration: Vertical growth Istvan Urban 13 Intraoral bone grafts for dental implants Craig M. Misch 14 Bone grafting in large bone defects and extreme atrophy situations Nardy Casap and Yuval Samuni 15 Sinus elevation: Osteotome-mediated approach Michael Toffler 16 Sinus elevation: Lateral wall approach Tomaso Vercellotti 17 Distraction osteogenesis Michael S. Block and Christopher Haggerty 18 Immediate implant placement: A comprehensive understanding for achieving optimal clinical success Robert A. Faiella 19 Soft tissue augmentation: Pre-, peri-, and postimplantation Stefan Fickl and Markus B. Hurzeler 20 Soft tissue enhancement after implant placement Christian F.J. Stappert and Davide Romeo 21 Soft tissue augmentation: allograft Peter C. Shatz and Lee H. Silverstein 22 Soft tissue development with provisional and definitive implant restorations George Priest 23 Bioengineering concepts Eduardo Anitua and Gorka Orive Index